World’s First LG 65 Inch 4K UHD Rollable OLED Display
LG Display Showcased World’s First LG 65 Inch 4K UHD Rollable OLED Display at CES: 2018
Our well-known and repudiated company LG Display has brought a new technology to the techno-world market. The company has introduced world’s first LG 65 Inch 4K UHD rollable OLED screen which can be like rolled up like a newspaper. This 65-inch OLED screen is lightweight as other OLED Screens. The rollable feature of this OLED Screen allows the user to move or store easily by rolling it like a newspaper when not in use.
LG 65 Inch 4K UHD Specifications
The company has not share technical details about this display but they say that they had introduced Crystal Sound technology from the current 2.1 channel sound to 3.1 channel sound for better sound quality and also 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) which makes the display to appear more realistic. This new Crystal technology enables the panel to emanate sound directly from the panel. While watching movies, we have noticed black bars on top and the bottom of the screen because movies are filmed in (21:9) aspect ratio or 16:9 which can’t fit the screen but by rolling this TV down to obscure part of the screen, the display will be resized to 21:9, and the black bars are unneeded which make it more cinematic.
After working on an idea of a foldable display, at Consumers Electronics Show (CES) 2016, LG showcased it 18-inch rollable prototype but in 2018 the company has changed its prototype to 65-inch display which can be rolled like a sheet of paper. This technology has been expanded to LCD protects such as monitors and notebooks. LG Display has also showcased its first 88-inch 8K OLED Display, 55-inch transparent display, and 77-inch wallpaper OLED display. While inaugurating the LG Display at a press conference the Vice Chairman and CEO of LG Display – Dr. Sang-Beom Han stated about the company’s position in the market as the company will coordinate to the rapidly growing OLED and LCD demands in the market and will provide differentiated value.